“We already have a therapy dog to help students cope with stress, anxiety, and depression. But it’s become clear that many students here suffer from the opposite problem.”
With similar policy platforms, the presidential candidates of the two major parties focus on the thing that differentiates them the most – their personal lives and their families.
The courage of the Ukrainian people in the face of overwhelming odds, in the face of likely death or imprisonment, puts us all to shame.
I both love and hate sharks. Love them because they are a symbol of the ocean, the power and ferocity that lurks beneath the surface; and hate them because they remind me that the ocean, this thing that I love, will never be truly safe for me.
Antarctica has been kept peaceful for 60 years by international treaties, but Chinese ambitions on the frozen continent threaten to shatter this fragile peace.
If China really does continue down Xi’s autarkic path, then its slump could be even more pronounced than anything Japan experienced.
Discerning the various candidates’ attitudes towards China is tricky, but they range from apologists for and opponents of the Chinese Communist Party.
Emmanuel Macron looks set to win a second term, but if there’s one thing about French presidential elections, it’s that they’re always surprising.
“For every one of those robot bartenders they need to hire, like, three people to supervise it.”
“Western commentators are forever harping on about Tiananmen Square. Well, I actually WENT to that square last month. How many protestors did I see being killed there? Zero.”